The K@W Network:
Indian startups are contending with devaluations, shutdowns and consolidation in their sectors. Will they make it through the funding crunch?
Mylan, the now-infamous maker of the EpiPen allergy-treatment device, has raised outrage over out-sized price increases. Experts at Wharton and Penn Medicine explain the causes and the impact.
Most firms consider social media a must in today’s highly networked world. But new Wharton research shows it’s not simply being on social that matters – it’s how you use it.
Steve Klasko, president of Thomas Jefferson University and CEO of the Jefferson System, says the health care industry needs be transformed and millennial consumers will lead the way.
Unless eurozone leaders reverse economic policies – or take measures such as creating two or more separate euro currency zones — the region faces more economic stagnation and widening political divisions, says Nobel Laureate Joseph Stiglitz.
Venture capital firm Icon Capital Partners of Dubai sees Africa as the ‘sweet spot’ for its tech-focused investments.
Get Knowledge@Wharton delivered to your inbox every week.
Listen to the free podcasts on iTunes
micListen to Podcasts
Tech startup Zodiac was co-founded by Wharton professor Peter Fader and CEO Artem Mariychin to help companies find – and serve — their most valuable customers.
The increased M&A activity in the renewable sector in Latin America reflects rising demand for energy, especially from clean sources.
North Star Alliance has built a network of health care clinics operating out of containers in Africa.
McDonald’s is jumping on the health-conscious bandwagon by using antibiotic-free chicken, removing preservatives and artificial colors, among other changes. Will it revive stagnant sales growth?
AstroLabs, a Dubai-based startup hub and training academy that has partnered with Google, has had more than 400 technology startups apply since its soft launch in 2015.